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Lawton-Fort Sill Armed Forces Day parade canceled

LAWTON, Okla._ The 2015 Armed Forces Day Parade on Saturday May 16, 2015 has been canceled due to predicted bad weather.

Here is a statement from Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce: 

The 2015 Armed Forces Day Parade has been cancelled due to potential severe weather on Saturday.

“Safety always comes first,” said Melinda Kukurich, Parade Chairman. “With the weather forecasted the way it is, we could not guarantee that safety for the families in attendance, parade entries or our troops. While the parade has been cancelled, we still look forward to celebrating the service of our armed forces with the Armed Forces Day Luncheon.”

All paid entries will receive a refund. The Chamber will notify each entry when their check is available.

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